The Zarch Qanat in Yazd, Iran; ancient technology of Persian culture that strategically supplied water to dry desert environments for the first time ever
Hammam-e Khan in Yazd, Iran, once a staple to the Persian culture and the lives of people, has made a reappearance in the community, but in a different light
One of the strongest buildings from its time, the millennia old Gonbad-e Aali lays the foundations of the Iranian culture in Abarkuh, Yazd, Iran.
Hidden in the humble town of Abarkuh in Yazd, Iran, the lavish Aghazadeh Mansion is not only a beautiful Persian house, but is also home to the most extraordinary badgir (wind-catcher) in the world! During your trip in Iran, you may have seen it depicted on many posters or pieces of art around you and...
Check out the one-of-a-kind Ab Anbar Haft Badgir, in the deserted desert village of Asr Abad in Yazd and see why it has so many tourists and visitors travelling to see it! The Ab Anbar Haft Badgir is a beautiful rustic testament to ancient Persian culture and history. In such harsh desert climates and no...
Travelling to Iran from distant lands, thousands of kilometers away, the tired foreign merchants, pilgrims and travelers rested at this very spot, the Shah Abbasi Caravanserai that provided overnight shelter for them and their camels. The hotels and inns of the ancient times, these Caravanserai are quite amusing attractions for western tourists. Here, visitors can...
Even older than the one in Isfahan, Monar Jonban of Kharanegh still stands, swaying away after a thousand years, baffling visitors and researchers!
Making every dreamy Middle Eastern fantasy a reality, the cozy neighborhoods of Old Town Yazd possess a structure unique to only this corner of the world!
The Mirror & Lighting Museum in Yazd, Iran; the beautiful Persian Palace is now is now the safe-keeper of the rich long-passed Persian culture
Nabati Cave in Yazd, Iran is a beautiful eco-tourism spot for travelers who want a small change of pace from seeing all the cultural and historical sites.